Posted: July 9, 2018

This post is sponsored by Mirum, but opinions expressed are my own.

Do you suffer from frequent heartburn? It’s no fun having pain in your chest after you’ve enjoyed a most delicious meal! Do you hate swallowing pills because they just seem to settle right into your chest where you are already having pain? Then you’ll want to check out the Rite Aid Omeprazole ODT orally disintegrating tablet (also known as Omeprazole ODT).

My experience – like anyone’s, is not a fun one when it comes to heartburn. I mean, the American goal is to be able to enjoy your favorite foods without discomfort, right? I’ve gotten the burning chest pain that sometimes causes me to have unpleasant burps. It makes it harder to enjoy the simple things in life, and normal activities. You just want to sit out on activities or gatherings until the pain goes away.

I love that the Omeprazole ODT tablets melts right in your mouth. Omeprazole ODT with MELTechTM allows the tablet to dissolve on your tongue easily. It’s so easy to take, and you don’t have to worry about swallowing a pill or grabbing a glass of water.

In fact, Omeprazole ODT treats the same heartburn symptoms as Prilosec OTC ®. Works as well as the national brands. But, since it’s a store brand, it’s more affordable!

I’m always at Rite Aid saving big on products, so it’s super easy for me to throw Omeprazole ODT in my cart and checkout. I prefer shopping at Rite Aid over other retailers because I like using my Wellness card to earn points and I love the staff there. Buying store-brand products is a great way to save big on tons of items, including heartburn medicine.

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Disclaimer: Use as directed for 14 days to treat frequent heartburn (occurring 2 or more days a week). May take 1-4 days for full effect. Not intended for immediate relief. 

Dosage: 1 dose taken every 24 hours for 14 days. You should not take Omeprazole Orally Disintegrating Tablets for more than 14 days or more frequently than every four months unless directed by your doctor.


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